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" This exactly agreed with my ideas of what a Missionary Society ought to do ; but it was not without a pang that I offered myself, for it was not quite agreeable to one accustomed to work his own way to become in a mt asure dependent on others ; and I... "
The Quarterly Magazine of the Independent Order of Odd-Fellows, Manchester Unity - Page 310
1858
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The Wesleyan methodist association magazine, Volume 20

1857
...account of its perfectly unsectarian character. " It sends neither Episcopacy, nor Presbyterianism, nor Independency, but the Gospel of Christ to the...one accustomed to work his own way to become in a mt asure dependent on others ; and I would not have been much put about though my offer had been rejected....
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Macphail's Edinburgh ecclesiastical journal and literary review, Volumes 23-24

1857
...account of its perfectly nnsectarian character. It 'sends neither episcopacy, nor presbvterianism, nor independency, but the gospel of Christ to the...heathen.' This exactly agreed with my ideas of what & Missionary Society ought to do ; but it was not without a pang that I offered myself, for it was...
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The Christian Witness, and Church Member's Magazine, Volume 15

Theology - 1858
...account of its perfectly unsectarian character. It " sends neither Episcopacy, nor Presbyterianism, nor Independency, but the Gospel of Christ to the...agreeable to one accustomed to work his own way to become ш а measure dependent on others. And ^ would not have been much puit about, though ray offer had...
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Missionary Travels and Researches In South Africa

David Livingstone - 1858
...account of its perfectly unsectarian character. It " sends neither Episcopacy, nor Presbyterianism, nor Independency, but the Gospel of Christ to the...missionary society ought to do; but it was not without a pangthat I offered myself, for it was not quite agreeable to one accustomed to work his own way to...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 16

1858
...London Missionary Society. He offered himself, with a half hope that his application would be rejected, for it was not quite agreeable to one accustomed to work his own way to become dependent in а measure upon others. By the time when his medical and theological studies were completed,...
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LIVINGSTONES'S TRAVELS AND RESEARCHES IN SO UTH AFRICA

David Livingstone - 1859
...account of its perfectly uLeecturian character. It "sends neither Episcopacy, nor Presbyterianism, nor Independency, but the gospel of Christ, to the...was not without a pang that I offered myself, for ; t was not quite agreeable to one accustomed to work his own way to become in a measure dependent...
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Self-help: With Illustrations of Character and Conduct

Samuel Smiles - 1861 - 429 pages
...the only pang he had in going to Africa at the charge of the London Missionary Society was, because " it was not quite agreeable to one accustomed to work his own way to become, in. a manner, dependent upon others." Arrived in Africa he set to work with great vigor. He could not brook...
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Darton's Pictorial Pages, Issue 2

Almanacs
...advised my joining the London Missionary Society ; but it was not without a pang that I offered myaelf, for it was not quite agreeable to one accustomed to...in a measure dependent on others; and I would not bare been much put about though my offer had been rejected." Livingstone does not regret that his first...
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Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa: Including a Sketch of ...

David Livingstone - Missions - 1868 - 755 pages
...account of its perfectly unsectarian character. It 'f sends neither Episcopacy, nor Presbyterian ism, nor Independency, but the Gospel of Christ to the...what a missionary society ought to do ; but it was riot without a pang that I offered myself, for it was not quite agreeable to one accustomed to work...
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Livingstone's Africa: Perilous Adventures and Extensive Discoveries in the ...

David Livingstone - Africa, Central - 1872 - 596 pages
...account of its perfectly unsectarian character. It "sends neither Episcopacy, nor Presbyterianism, nor Independency, but the gospel of Christ, to the...of what a missionary society ought to do ; but it wa• not witheut a pang that I offered myself, for it was not quite agreeable to one accustomed to...
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